…among the Redwoods.
We were expecting to see Legolas, Haldir, Elrond, Arwen, or Galadriel come out from behind a Redwood and join us in celebrating the wedding of Ben and Kristin. Maybe even an Ewok…
The wedding was held at the Bride’s grandparents cabin that they’ve owned for years. Both families spent a lot of weekends preparing the grounds for a wedding.
Ben, the groom, laid the stone for the walkway.
The cross was forged at a family foundry.
The trees were created by God!
The dance floor was built on site.
You can see the setting of the dance floor behind Dear and me!
My cousin Jim and Dear
My cousin Katrina, her daughter Kristen, and her husband Andy.
My cousin Katrina, her daughter Kristen, and my cousin Vera.
Jeaneen is married to my cousin Jim and this is her sister Kathy.
Kathy and me.
The groom Ben with his mom and dad.
Jim and Jeanie’s other 2 sons Jeff and Tim escorting their mom.
My cousin Jim
Here comes the groom…I mean
Here comes the bride!
The groom fighting back the tears!
Married at last.
Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Bogdanof!
Kathy B. reminded me that the bride thought to use these tree log rounds as trivets for the cake stands.
It was a creative effort by both families and the bride and groom to create this magical night for their wedding.
I’m glad you made it all the way through this long post. I’m headed to Canada for a few days and won’t be at the computer. I’ll catch up again late Friday or on the weekend. Blessings!
Photobucket replaced all my photos with ugly black and grey boxes and they are holding my photos hostage until I pay them lots of money. I’m slowly going through all my posts and trying to clean them up and replacing some photos. Such a bother.